vppaypal- I noticed where PALA Integrated of California chose CAMS for its age and identification verification system for its entry into the U.S. I-gaming market. CAMS has been the big player in Las Vegas and I can only presume that we brought in our bunch of overpaid board members to try to break that scenario. Seems like they are failing miserably. Did you see a NJ-specific reference to the selection of CAMS? BTW, they seem to have only 7 officers in their management group- a CEO, senior V/P's of sales/business development, business/legal affairs and product, headsof finance and technology and a V/P of product development. It's a private company with very youthful management who seem in tune with today's marketplace. So, not to re-state the obvious but are our guys a bunch of clowns or what?
Per Division of Gaming Enforcement these are the casinos and their partners who have been given permission to participate in online gaming.
Caesars and Amaya.
Tropicana and Gamesys.
Bally’s and 888.
Trump Taj Mahal and Ultimate Gaming / CAMS.
Golden Nugget and Bally Technologies / Amaya.
Borgata and bwin.party / Amaya / CAMS.
Trump Plaza and Betfair / GameAccount / Amaya / CAMS
As for the clowns at LLTI I don't think they are morons but their main focus isn't just online gaming so they don't have the complete package. CAMS has other services they offer that compliment the verification service and I'm sure they actually have it being used in the field as opposed to LLTI who just patented it a few months ago. We still have other things in the pipeline and like our chances. I'm giving them another 2 months before I start to really doubt them.